As the legendary founder of Motown Records, Berry Gordy Jr. signed many now-iconic stars in the '60s, but one child singer still stands out in his mind. Watch Berry recall seeing a young Michael Jackson audition for Motown with the Jackson 5, and find out why he considered Michael a master even at that age.
Goldie Hawn says dancing was the most extraordinary experience of her life.
Lenny Kravitz recounts one of his grandfather's character-building exercises and how it helped him achieve success as a musician, producer and actor.
When Cindy Crawford was 8 years old, her 2-year-old brother, Jeff, was diagnosed with leukemia. Two years later, Jeff lost his battle. Watch as Cindy opens up about this seminal moment in her life.
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Find out why Jane is happy to be making the climb in the third act of her life.
Goldie had to find a way to define God to her inquisitive child.
Reba McEntire talks about what she went through to get that number one record.
When Oscar award-winning actress Whoopi Goldberg first came into her own in Hollywood, the comedy legend was met with a lot of questions about her appearance, from her hair all the way down to her shoes. No one seemed to know what to make of the movie star who looked nothing like a traditional celebrity. Watch as Whoopi explains why she decided that her own comfort was more important than meeting anyone else's expectations.
Growing up, Lionel Richie was told by one of his teachers that he had a serious problem: He was too sensitive. Instead, Lionel saw his sensitivity as a gift, using it to write some of the most iconic love songs of all time. Find out why Lionel says there are no other words to replace the simple phrase 'I love you.'
In 1985, producer Quincy Jones gave Lionel Richie and Michael Jackson the deadline of a lifetime: In one day, they were to write a song to help end famine in Africa. Watch as Lionel reflects on creating the song that would become a worldwide phenomenon.
Oscar-winning filmmaker Billy Bob Thornton is a storyteller at heart. Hear why he says he watches the world like he's watching a movie.
Watch as she reminisces about the all-girl group she joined when she was 9 years old and how she eventually went off on her own.
In the 1995 film 'Dead Man Walking,' Susan Sarandon played Sister Helen Prejean, the real-life Roman Catholic nun who counseled inmates on death row. Watch Susan recall the emotional experience of working with such a heavy topic, and hear her explain why she believes the death penalty is wrong.
Environmentalist Ted Turner discusses his massive bison herd.
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